Mt. Vernon Man Dies In Four Car Collision

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Updated: 10/24/2013 6:32 pm
The Kentucky State Police is investigating a four car collision in Rockcastle County.

Troopers tell us the accident happened around 6 a.m. on Hwy 150 near Brodhead.

A Toyota Corolla was traveling west on Hwy 150 when a deer ran out in front of it. Then the car rear ended a Chevy Colorado pickup truck that was stopped in the road attempting to turn left.

When the pickup was rear-ended it traveled into the east bound lane and was hit by two other vehicles.

Trooper’s say the driver of the pickup died at the scene.

Two people in the east bound lane were air lifted to the hospital.

The driver of the Toyota Corolla was not injured.

The Rockcastle County Coroner says 50-year-old Timothy Taylor from Mt. Vernon died at the scene from injuries.

KSP says Taylor was not wearing a seat belt at the time of the collision and was ejected from his vehicle.

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